Archive for October, 2012

Google Alert – united states broadband infrastructure

October 30, 2012
News 1 new result for united states broadband infrastructure
How Is the US Doing in the ‘Global Bandwidth Race’?
Knowledge@Wharton
In an interview with Wharton legal studies and business ethics professor Kevin Werbach, Genachowski says that while the U.S. is leading the world in terms of developing infrastructure for the next generation of mobile broadband, the country faces "some
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Knowledge@Wharton
Web 1 new result for united states broadband infrastructure
Broadband Infrastructure and Economic Growth: A Panel Data – SSRN
Broadband infrastructure facilitates the generation and distribution of through Friday between the hours of 8:30AM and 6:00PM, United States Eastern.
papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2166167

Google Alert – new broadband

October 30, 2012
News 10 new results for new broadband
Superfast 4G Launched In 10 Cities Across UK
Sky News
Superfast 4G broadband is made available to millions of consumers in 10 UK cities today, heralding a new era for mobile phone use. The network EE, which owns Orange and T-Mobile, is launching its range of 4G products and services in London, Bristol,
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Broadband penetration in India to reach 600 million by 2020
Times of India
NEW DELHI: Proactive steps are being taken to enhance broadband penetration in India, which is set reach the level of 600 million from the present 20 million by 2020, so as to cover the entire breadth and length of the country, according to a
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Superbig, Superfast, Supershow: Broadband World Forum Enters New Era
The Herald | HeraldOnline.com
LONDON — The world’s foremost broadband conference and exhibition, the Broadband World Forum, took the broadband industry into a new era of connectivity and services, as thousands of visitors filled Amsterdam’s RAI Exhibition Centre last week.
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Broadband project moves forward
Freeport Journal-Standard
The Highland Community College Board of Trustees has approved a five-year annual contract to be connected to the new iFiber broadband network being established for Northwest Illinois. Project organizers say area educational institutions, libraries
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Brazilian Broadband: Gilberto Gil Q&A
Austin Chronicle (blog)
I took myself as a promoter of this new culture, taking the main points, the main elements, and emphasizing the new possibilities brought by new technologies. I recorded a whole album I titled Broadband [Banda Larga Cordel], associating new technology
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Austin Chronicle (blog)
New information pack promotes Derbyshire’s biggest broadband improvement
Mansfield Chad
There are 180,000 properties in so called ‘white areas’ where speeds are currently less than 2Mbps and the work of Digital Derbyshire will ensure that all areas of the county receive improved broadband connectivity. The new information packs will be
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How New Google Nexus 7 Compares With Rivals
ABC News
Option for cellular wireless broadband. Cons: Integrates with Google Play store, which is still new and isn’t as robust as Apple or Amazon’s stores. Data storage cannot be expanded with memory cards. Apple Inc.’s iPad Mini (available Friday). — Price
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Vodafone vows to look after inherited customers
Stuff.co.nz
Vodafone chief executive Russell Stanners has reassured TelstraClear broadband customers they will be looked after by their new supplier, as rivals threaten to pick off any who are disaffected by the $840 million merger. The Commerce Commission and the
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55 villages to get broadband connectivity: Pitroda
Business Standard
Fifty-five village panchayats will hop-on the information super highway in the next few weeks as part of an ambitious UPA-II initiative to connect 2.5 lakh local government bodies through broadband. This was disclosed by Sam Pitroda, Advisor to Prime
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Time Warner Cable to spend $5M for broadband build-out in Maine
Communications, Engineering & Design Magazine
“We’re continuing to invest in our network to deliver more value for our customers and expand critical access to broadband in Maine,” said Paul Schonewolf, area vice president of operations for Time Warner Cable of New England. “Expanding our network
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Blogs 1 new result for new broadband
Getting beyond the magic broadband bullet theory — Tech News
By Craig Settles, Gigabit Nation
It can be hard to figure out the real economic benefits of broadband, which stops some politicians from ever investing in it. But if you define your scope and plan for additional programs to boost the effective of a broadband investment, you’ll see
GigaOM
Web 4 new results for new broadband
Time Warner Cable expanding broadband – Bangor Daily News
SINCLAIR, Maine — Time Warner Cable is investing more than $5 million this year to expand its broadband network in dozens of communities from Arundel to
bangordailynews.com/…/time-warner-cable-expanding-broadb…
Superbig, Superfast, Supershow: Broadband World Forum Enters
From Yahoo! Finance: The world’s foremost broadband conference and exhibition, the Broadband World Forum, took the broadband industry into a new era of
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Two new reports focus on broadband in public libraries
MoBroadbandNow released the second in a series of reports focusing on broadband usage in Missouri. Click to read Building Digital Inclusion: Broadband and
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PHA Productions Promo New Broadband – YouTube
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Google Alert – united states broadband infrastructure

October 23, 2012
News 3 new results for united states broadband infrastructure
US Virgin Islands Announces More Funding for Broadband Projects
Caribbean Journal
The United States Virgin Islands is continuing its push to build a high-speed broadband internet infrastructure in the territory. USVI Governor John de Jongh and the Virgin Islands Next Generation Network have announced the award of the first $1
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Motorola Mobility Deploys Industry-First Broadband Infrastructure Advancement
Sacramento Bee
Motorola’s SCDMA solution enables us to address the growing strain these connected devices, cloud-based services and Internet traffic place on the return path." DOCSIS SCDMA was first introduced in the DOCSIS 2.0 standards. It was often trialed, but
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Egypt’s broadband plan delayed
The National
Political uncertainty and proposed changes to the telecommunications sector have delayed Egypt’s US$2.4 billion (Dh8.8bn) plan to expand the country’s broadband network. Headed TE now owns and operates the broadband infrastructure of the country.
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Google Alert – new broadband

October 23, 2012
News 10 new results for new broadband
Virgin Media draws record new customer numbers
Reuters
campaign by Olympic champions Mo Farah and Usain Bolt helped pay-TV group Virgin Media to sign up a record number of net new cable customers in its third quarter and boost its profitability. Virgin, which provides pay-TV, broadband and telephony
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OneCommunity wants ultra-high-speed broadband for new University Circle
Plain Dealer
OneCommunity, a Cleveland-based nonprofit broadband provider, hopes to create an ultra-high-speed network for a new development called Intesa being planned for University Circle by 2014. The company hopes to offer 100 gigabit broadband speeds for
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Plain Dealer
Broadband street cabinets ‘to get camouflage’
BBC News
New street boxes, being installed as part of plans to roll out superfast broadband, will be camouflaged to "blend in", Lords have been told. There have been concerns the cabinets, which will be bigger than current models and do not need planning
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BBC News
To regulate or not to regulate broadband Internet
Tbo.com
At a time when the economy is still struggling to recover and create jobs, some leaders in Washington naturally turn to regulations to fix what’s wrong. In some cases, regulations are the appropriate cure for a real problem — such as an oil industry
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BT tops 100000 new broadband homes in south west
Wiltshire Business
The faster broadband is already available to 1.76 million South West premises and, by next Spring around 84 per cent of homes and businesses in region will be served by an exchange which has been upgraded to deliver these higher speeds. The new
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Broad band of possibilities
Shelby Star
RST Global Communications recently completed the first phase of its new fiber optic network that is already serving residential and business customers from Shelby to Boiling Springs to Kings Mountain and into Gaston County. The company plans to soon
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New effort targets better broadband access in state
The Ranger
New effort targets better broadband access in state. Oct 21, 2012 – The Associated Press. CHEYENNE — It wasn’t that long ago that broadband Internet access was considered a luxury. But for many it’s now considered a necessity. "We’re on the verge of a
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New iMac and Mac mini
MyBroadband
On 23 OCtober 2012 Apple unveiled a new iMac, sporting a slimmer look, more powerful hardware, and a much better display than the previous generation model. “With third generation Intel quad-core processors, powerful NVIDIA graphics and an innovative
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MyBroadband
Melita tests new broadband link to Milan
Times of Malta
The project, combined with a planned state-of-the-art customer relationship platform and an enhanced business services offering, will involve a total investment of €10 million over the next five years, Melita chief executive Andrei Torriani told The
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Time Warner Cable to expand broadband in Maine
Morning Sentinel
The project includes new broadband service for towns such as Hiram, Porter, Orland and Ellsworth, as well as completion of a downtown Bangor fiber-optic network connecting over 350 buildings, and extended fiber network to more than 650 commercial
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Blogs 1 new result for new broadband
University of Chicago to help bring gigabit-speed broadband
By Calmetta Coleman, UChicago News
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn and University of Chicago President Robert J. Zimmer this week announced investments in a project that will bring gigabit-speed connectivity to several neighborhoods near the University’s campus. The project, led by
UChicago News
Web 4 new results for new broadband
OSS BSS Blog – Monetize New Broadband Capabilities – Ericsson
This week at Mobile Broadband World Forum, Ericsson announced their stadium- optimized Wi-Fi solution. Here we discuss why the right OSS/BSS capabilities
www.ericsson.com/oss…/monetize-new-broadband-capabilities…
New broadband initiative under way – The Register Star Online
COLUMBIA COUNTY — For those who have trouble getting Internet service, are unable to get high-speed Internet, or are otherwise situated in areas that make
www.registerstar.com/…/article_8fa2d392-1cc1-11e2-928a-00…
N.C. secures new broadband provider | hclocal.com
New Castle city commissioners signed a contract with a broadband company last week providing Internet service to county residents pushed off the grid during
www.hclocal.com/content/nc-secures-new-broadband-provider
Sangre Chronicle > News > PRC nixes broadband spin-off order
“…the RUS will not consider any further requests for funding until the issue of divesting the broadband operation has been settled with the New Mexico PRC and
www.sangrechronicle.com/…/doc507ec5d52ccfa626086890.t…

Google Alert – new broadband

October 16, 2012
News 1 new result for new broadband
Planet broadband, like the US Internet, is getting faster
GigaOM
But there is some bad news as well. stateoftheinternet. Broadband and mobile Internet speeds are slowly and steadily increasingly across the world, according to the latest findings of Akamai’s State of the Internet Report for the second quarter of 2012.
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GigaOM
Web 1 new result for new broadband
news Committee presents short, long term ideas on broadband access
Marshall Bowden indicates areas in western Goochland on a map in his office where few residents have access to broad band internet. The Goochland High
www.goochlandgazette.com/…/committee_presents_short_lon…

Google Alert – united states broadband infrastructure

October 16, 2012
News 4 new results for united states broadband infrastructure
Colorado Congressmen condemn actions of middle mile broadband service
Craig Daily Press
In 2010, EAGLE-Net was awarded a $100.6 million grant from the United States Department of Commerce’s Broadband Technology Opportunities Program, in coordination with the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Officials at EAGLE-Net then identified
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The Fine Print Misses the Mark
Huffington Post
In the words of FCC Chairman Genachowski, the U.S. is "near the top of the world in deployment of high-speed broadband infrastructure." While Johnston suggests that other countries are doing better than us, these comparisons are an irrelevant exercise
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Study: Rural Broadband In Serious Trouble And It’s Not Getting Better Anytime
Dslreports
A new report by the Hudson Institute (pdf) declares that the United States is facing a growing broadband gap when it comes to rural markets, and that improving these markets would improve the economic health of the country as a whole. Study author
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Broadband for all”: Kroes issues wake-up call to European governments
Telecoms.com
Pointing to “massive investment” in broadband infrastructure in markets like China, where 35 million fiber connections have been deployed in 2012, and the US, where high speed broadband passes 80 per cent of homes, Kroes warned of the dangers to
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Google Alert – united states broadband infrastructure

October 9, 2012
News 9 new results for united states broadband infrastructure
WHY IT MATTERS: Infrastructure
Huffington Post
From bridges to broadband, America’s infrastructure is supposed to be speeding along commerce, delivering us to work and piping energy and water into our homes and businesses. But just repairing all the breakdowns and potholes would cost tens of
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NZ infrastructure ‘needs Chinese firms’
Radio New Zealand
A company that failed to set up a $400m undersea cable between New Zealand and the United States says this country’s broadband infrastructure needs Chinese investment, and to get that it needs Chinese companies. Chinese company Huawei, which has
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US lawmakers say Huawei infrastructure could enable China spying in US
The Australian
The intelligence committee will issue a report on its probe of Huawei tonight, according to the CBS release. The committee members have said that allowing Huawei to build telecommunications infrastructure in the US could enable China to spy on the US .
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Should the Govt rethink its broadband network plans?
New Zealand Herald
A US Government report released yesterday recommends companies avoid sourcing network equipment from Huawei Technologies and ZTE Corp because they pose a national security threat to the United States. Huawei is one of the companies involved in rolling
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New Zealand Herald
United States : FAIRPOINT stretches its broadband service in JEFFERSON
Equities.com
We are pleased to announce we have again expanded the availability of high-speed Internet to these additional homes and businesses. FairPoint has invested more than $182 million in its communications infrastructure and technology to bring broadband to
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US report cites Government’s Huawei stance
The Australian Financial Review
“Of note, the United States is not the only country focusing on these concerns. “Australia expressed similar concerns when it chose to ban Huawei from its national broadband infrastructure project. “Great Britain has attempted to address the concerns
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The Australian Financial Review
Report predicts 15000 digital jobs for Scotland
BBC News
"Broadband, just like roads and railways, is a vital part of Scotland’s infrastructure, and that is why we are committed to delivering a world class digital infrastructure to the people of Scotland by 2020." Scottish Enterprise welcomed the possibility
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BBC News
Thad Nation: Change is coming in the telecommunications industry
Wisbusiness.com
While many of us think of infrastructure in terms of roads and railways, now that we are well into an age of information, our communication infrastructure must now evolve. Often, such progress is not only wanted, but necessary as old technology reaches
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Wisbusiness.com
PPP to hike broadband penetration in PH – Google exec
Rappler
At the Philippine Development Forum on Tuesday, October 9, Google Inc. Vice President for Infrastructure Eric Brewer said creating a broadband network could also help increase the Philippines’ economic growth, like what happened to India. Brewer said
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Google Alert – new broadband

October 9, 2012
News 10 new results for new broadband
Sorrento Networks Announces New Broadband Expansion Solutions
The Herald | HeraldOnline.com
DENVER, Oct. 9, 2012 — /PRNewswire-iReach/ — In response to consumer demand for greater flexibility in how operators deploy networks, Sorrento Networks recently introduced a new WDM passive filter product family, which will allow customers to expand
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Is mobile broadband a luxury or human right?
CNN
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Moderating a discussion on the future of broadband, Mashable editor-in-chief Lance Ulanoff tossed a provocative question to the audience: "By quick show of hands, how many out there think that broadband is a luxury?"
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Rural options for speedy Internet still tough
USA TODAY
Rural options for speedy Internet still tough. Rob Pegoraro, Special for USA TODAYShare. Comments. Broadband tower. A new broadband tower rises into the sky in June in Plainfield, Vt. (Photo: Toby Talbot AP)
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New report claims U.S. 4G leadership at risk
Broadcast Engineering
as other countries make significant investments in mobile broadband innovation. That’s according to a new report from Deloitte LLP, whose theories echo similar sentiment that more spectrum is needed to keep the U.S.-based wireless ecosystem
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Broadcast Engineering
Sturgeon hails broadband jobs boost
Irvine Herald
Almost 15,000 jobs could be created by boosting Scotland’s broadband infrastructure, the Scottish Government has predicted. A new report said action by the public sector to increase the availability of high-speed broadband could create "a significant
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NetZero Offering Mobile Broadband Customers Data to Share With Friends
All Things Digital
NetZero, a name best-known for offering free and low-cost dial-up Internet, is hoping to make a new name for itself in mobile broadband. Since March, the company has been serving up mobile data service through Clearwire, including a free 200 megabyte
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All Things Digital
Wipro Launches Prepaid Broadband Solution for US Cable Market
DailyFinance
"The new challenge for the cable industry has been to drive penetration to the 30% of households that are yet to adopt broadband," said Stephen Snyder, Global Head, Business Innovation for Wipro’s Global Media and Telecommunications Strategic Business
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Frontier Launches Product with AT&T – Analyst Blog
NASDAQ
Frontier Communications Corporation ( FTR ) in collaboration with AT&T, Inc. ( T ) has launched new voice and data services. Frontier’s customers can now enjoy AT&T’s mobile broadband network along with wireless devices and applications as a part of
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Sprint Delivers a Turnkey Mobile Broadband Solution for Pay-per-Use Data
DailyFinance
(BUSINESS WIRE)– Sprint (NYS: S) Global Wholesale & Emerging Solutions today introduces Mobile Broadband on Demand, a new solution that allows companies in the international, retail, travel and hospitality industries to generate new revenue streams
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Sabathani broadband lab teaches technology as job finding tool
Twin Cities Planet
Computers are taking over the world. In recent years technology use has been growing exponentially in almost all areas of life. It infiltrates our jobs, our homes, our schools and even our personal relationships. While much of this increasing use of
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Twin Cities Planet
Web 2 new results for new broadband
Free CI toolkit for new broadband campaign
Are your Internet speeds not what you thought they’d be? Are you unsure about download caps, fair usage policies, and the small print in your broadband
www.consumersinternational.org/news-and…/10/broadband
Sorrento Networks Announces New Broadband Expansion
DENVER, Oct. 9, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — In response to consumer demand for greater flexibility in how operators deploy networks, Sorrento Networks
www.prnewswire.com/…/sorrento-networks-announces-new-b…

Google Alert – united states broadband infrastructure

October 2, 2012
News 9 new results for united states broadband infrastructure
NEWSFLASH: US Broadband Expensive, Uncompetitive DOUBLE NEWSFLASH
Dslreports
In most press narratives high prices simply exist as if created magically — occasionally with the subtle implication that U.S. broadband is just so difficult to provide or just so damn awesome that high prices are justified. Obviously that’s not true
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Global Competitors Threaten U.S. Lead in Mobile Broadband: Deloitte Report
Sacramento Bee
27, 2012 — /PRNewswire/ — The United States‘ global leadership position in fourth generation cellular wireless networks (4G) is at risk as other countries make significant investments in mobile broadband innovation, according to a new Deloitte report
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US$38M Broadband Project Begins
GhanaWeb
Work on the $38 million Eastern Corridor fibre-optic broadband backbone infrastructure project has begun in Ho in the Volta Region. The 600-kilometre stretch project which is being undertaken by Alcatel-Lucent will last 12 months and will stretch to
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US Broadband: Too Expensive, Too Slow, Too Monopolized
The motley Fool (blog)
Unfortunately, U.S. broadband, as much of an improvement as it was over dial-up access, is laughably slow compared to other countries. Try bragging about how fast your connection is to someone from South Korea, Japan or Sweden. They will actually laugh
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MWEB welcomes Telkom 40mbps broadband
News24
"It’s early days, but for us it’s the intent behind it that they’re investing in their fixed line infrastructure which they’ve neglected for a couple of years now and it’s a counter to all the activity that’s been going on on the mobile side, so, good
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The US is officially nowhere near the best in mobile communications.
The Next Web
Finally, the worst problem is that telecommunications in the U.S. is a severely limited resource. There are only so many spectrums available for use with the current broadband infrastructure that many companies jockey for just a small piece of the action.
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The Next Web
Insight: Italy’s slow Internet set for reboot
Reuters
Such a move would amount to something of a revolution in Europe and would test whether the state can be more effective than the private sector in building national broadband infrastructure. Australia’s government provided the blue-print in 2009 The
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Kuwait Internet firm blasts price cuts, infrastructure
Reuters
DUBAI (Reuters) – Ageing fixed-line infrastructure is to blame for Kuwait’s low broadband penetration, and price cuts ordered by the government this week will do little to boost subscription numbers, an executive at a top Internet provider told Reuters.
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All systems go for broadband
San Bernardino Sun
Plus, those countries are light years behind the United States in terms of communications infrastructure investment: our companies spend two-to-three times more than in second-ranked Japan. The last thing we should do is jeopardize our position as the
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Web 1 new result for united states broadband infrastructure
Eastern Corridor Fibre Optic Broadband Infrastructure Project
Eastern Corridor Fibre Optic Broadband Infrastructure Project Commences · PDF It is being funded by the Government of Denmark at a cost of US$38 million.
www.ghana.gov.gh/…/16479-eastern-corridor-fibre-optic-bro…

Google Alert – new broadband

October 2, 2012
News 9 new results for new broadband
Dish Satellite Broadband Service Launches Monday
PC Magazine
It will be available in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington and Wyoming. Dish first announced plans for a satellite broadband service at CES in January.
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Clifford Young: All systems go for broadband
San Jose Mercury News
Although NASA has retired the 30-year-old space shuttle program, that doesn’t mean that Americans have stopped shooting for the moon, literally or figuratively. The launch of the first privately owned space vehicle, SpaceX’s unmanned Dragon capsule
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With new satellite tech, rural dwellers get access to true broadband
GigaOM
HughesNet has turns on its residential broadband service, offering 15 Mbps speeds in rural America where the quality of broadband connections have always suffered. Hughes isn’t the only one though. A new generation of satellite tech is dramatically
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Time Warner Cable Sets Broadband Modem Fee
Investor’s Business Daily
Time Warner Cable says some 275,000 new broadband customers it has signed up since Jan. 1 already are paying the modem fee. In New York City and other areas, TWC has notified broadband customers by mail that other than leasing their modems from
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FCC chairman: Agency needs to police broadband competition
PCWorld
Genachowski also talked about broadband and mobile challenges, including a predicted upcoming spectrum crunch because of huge growth in data use by U.S. mobile customers. The U.S. needs to bring more wireless spectrum to auction and look for new
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High fiber debate: A private company is lined up to join Ramsey County’s
Businessweek
The supplier-competitor relationship can be awkward, but if Warner Properties can lease fiber from Minnesota Fiber Exchange, it might get better broadband at a lower cost, Rydberg said. And he wouldn’t have to worry about Minnesota Fiber Exchange
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Dish Network launching new broadband-Internet service for rural users
Denver Post
NEW YORK — Dish Network Corp., the second-largest U.S. satellite-television provider, will introduce a nationwide broadband Internet service Monday called DishNet that’s aimed at rural customers. The service will start at $39.99 a month for download
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FCC proposes rules for new airwave auctions for wireless broadband
Denver Post
WASHINGTON — U.S. efforts to free up more airwaves for wireless broadband took a step forward Friday, as the Federal Communications Commission proposed rules for new airwaves auctions and suggested possible limits on wireless carriers such as
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Dish Network to launch satellite broadband service
CBS News
NEW YORK — Satellite TV company Dish Network Corp. is launching a broadband Internet service that’s aimed at rural areas that don’t currently get high-speed Internet. Dish Network said Thursday that the satellite broadband service, dishNet, will start
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Blogs 3 new results for new broadband
Dish Network Launches Satellite Broadband In October
By Zach Walton
Dish Network announced that they’re finally bringing satellite broadband to their customers on October 1. It’s called dishNET and the company is rolling the new Internet service into their preexisting TV service. They’ll even knock off $10 a
Top News – WebProNews
Hughes updates its HughesNet satellite broadband with Gen4
By Daniel Cooper
On the same day that Dish’s new satellite broadband service kicks off, partner Hughes is upgrading its own offering with even faster speeds. HughesNet Gen4 offers downloads of up to 15 Mbps to the 19 million (or so) Americans who can’t get
Engadget
Dish Network launches nationwide satellite broadband service with
By Daniel Cooper
DISH Launches dishNET Broadband, Bringing High-Speed Internet to Rural Americans with Slow or No Access. New high-speed Internet brand offers affordable satellite Internet service nationwide starting at $39.99. Combine with DISH TV
Engadget
Web 5 new results for new broadband
Clifford Young: All systems go for broadband – San Jose Mercury
Although NASA has retired the 30-year-old space shuttle program, that doesn t mean that Americans have stopped shooting for the moon, literally or figuratively.
www.mercurynews.com/…/clifford-young-all-systems-go-broa…
Skylar Laine helps launch new broadband internet service – WLBT
Skylar Laine is helping launch the Dish Network’s new broadband based satellite internet service. Laine will be live with us on the WLBT A.M. report!
www.wlbt.com/…/skylar-laine-helps-launch-new-broadband-i…
DISH Network offers broadband internet for rural – Yahoo! News
From the blog Technology News Blog: DISH Network has announced its new nationwide broadband service launching today for rural communities. Named
news.yahoo.com/…/dish-network-offers-broadband-internet-r…
Dish Network’s new broadband service to reach S.D., neighboring
NEW YORK (AP) – Satellite TV company Dish Network Corp. is launching a broadband Internet service that’s aimed at rural areas that don’t have access to
www.argusleader.com/…/Dish-Network-s-new-broadband-serv…
Maine Fiber completes statewide broadband – Bangor Daily News
BRUNSWICK, Maine — Maine Fiber Co. today announced the completion of the Three Ring Binder project, the construction of a statewide fiber-optic backbone
bangordailynews.com/…/maine-fiber-completes-statewide-bro…